Antioxidant Potential of Eugeniajambolana Seed; A Randomized Clinical Trial in type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

  title={Antioxidant Potential of Eugeniajambolana Seed; A Randomized Clinical Trial in type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.},
  author={Gowdara Shivaprakash and Mahesh Laxman Pai and Mullatti Nandini and K. Reshma and Dr. Sahana and Kavitha Rajendran and Annie Shirwaikar and M. R. Adhikari Prabha and Jyothi Ganesh},
Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a growing global problem where, increased oxygen free radicals are responsible for the complications. Clinical evidence of Eugenia jambolana seeds for use in DM is lacking. This is an open labeled, randomized trial in DM patients: fifteen in group1 received Eugenia Jambolana seed powder 10 gm orally per day along with diet and exercise, and ten in group 2 on diet and exercise alone. Follow-up visits were: V0=randomization; V1-V6, after one to six months of therapy… CONTINUE READING


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